The FEBS Journal: hidden gems
Every quarter, The FEBS Journal presents some of its ‘hidden gems’ – research articles and reviews that provide a significant advance or development in the molecular or cellular life science. These articles are of high value to the scientific community and we take the opportunity to promote them.
In the current ‘hidden gems’, our Deputy Editorial Manager Manuel Breuer summarises previous review and research article content:
To read the full run down on these 'hidden gems', check out the article here:
: Wu, X., Chen, Z., Gao, Y., Wang, L., Sun, X., Jin, Y. and Liu, W. (2018), The krüppel‐like factor Dar1 restricts the proliferation of Drosophila intestinal stem cells. FEBS J, 285: 3945-3958. https://doi.org/10.1111/febs.14652
: Hasan, S., Sebo, P. and Osicka, R. (2018), A guide to polarized airway epithelial models for studies of host–pathogen interactions. FEBS J, 285: 4343-4358. https://doi.org/10.1111/febs.14582
: Robson, J.P., Wagner, B., Glitzner, E., Heppner, F.L., Steinkellner, T., Khan, D., Petritsch, C., Pollak, D.D., Sitte, H.H. and Sibilia, M. (2018), Impaired neural stem cell expansion and hypersensitivity to epileptic seizures in mice lacking the EGFR in the brain. FEBS J, 285: 3175-3196. https://doi.org/10.1111/febs.14603
: Morthorst, S.K., Christensen, S.T. and Pedersen, L.B. (2018), Regulation of ciliary membrane protein trafficking and signalling by kinesin motor proteins. FEBS J, 285: 4535-4564. https://doi.org/10.1111/febs.14583